#Admissions2017 #inevitable #leaderinacrisis
Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi demonstrated leadership in crisis during the online learner admissions debacle.
The tech conference drinking game
Tech conferences, with all their clich?s, would make for a fantastic drinking game - although hackneyed events can derail our focus with no alcohol at all.
Facebook commodifies selective sympathy
The social network's exclusive response to the terrorist attacks in Paris clearly displays whose lives it prioritises.
China's Silicon Valley
Shenzhen produces 90% of the world's consumer electronics; however, visitors won't be able to tweet about it.
How to apologise properly
A snarky non-apology only feeds the flames of a social media furore. Here's how to say sorry like you mean it.
Jeep hack reveals wide security failures
IOT will see many more attacks, recalls and embarrassment across industries.
'Green IT' sails under false colours
Superficially concerned corporate culture often contradicts the progressive environmental strides made by tech companies.
SA is uber-violent
We risk the double whammy of dissuading investors, and falling behind industrially.
Delaying the inevitable
While labour unions are putting up a brave fight, the continuing retrenchment bloodbath within the telecoms sector seems unavoidable.
Just do it
Government needs to stop hindering the ICT community and become an economic enabler before it's too late.
Major fail: broadcast digital migration
SA has today officially failed to make the ITU digital migration deadline, but who will ultimately carry the cost of this fiasco?